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Z295 speaker just stopped working plugged in no loose connections

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No Sound, Windows 7 laptop

Is the speaker plug it the right connector and inserted all the way? Are you using the headphones jack? Do headphones work in the jack? Is the sounds section in Control Panel function properly ? TroubleShooting? What? Drivers? Power on speakers? Check connections/wiring?

Nov 24, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Overtime sound on computer decreasing.

Make sure that the sound source (iTunes, Youtube, etc...) is turned up, then check the speaker icon in your system tray (bottom right), and make sure not only that the sound is turned up for output and all the available options (CD, web browser, etc...), but also if your machine supports sound themes, make sure that it isn't on any kind of quiet preset.

If none of that helps, check that you're getting sound from both sides of the laptop. There might be a loose connection inside the machine. Also, if using headphones or external speakers, the jack will need to be plugged in all the way.

If you are using speakers that are not passive, they will need to be plugged into power, or the sound will be quite low.

Nov 07, 2012 | Dell Inspiron 1750 Laptop

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My mac home computer is working fine...but randomly the left speaker just stopped working...the green light wont turn on...everything is plugged in correctly

It will be good to look into the unit for any fault in the speaker section.
Maybe there is some dry soldering or loose connections in the unit

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No sound comming from the left side speakers in my 04 Envoy XUV.

first> road vibrations can cause cable connections to come loose so you can start by taking out your radio and making sure all of the questions in the back are connected as they should be.
Second> if this doesnt seem to work then the next step is to check the wires going to the speakers that arnt working (this will b quite a job, but if you can do it, it will save u quite a bit of money) .. checking the wires your checking for >bad connection to the speakers >cuts in the wire or if any part of the wire is touchin any other metal object

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May 29, 2009 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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My laptop speakers stopped working

check and make sure all the screws are tight. when mine quit working it was because a srew was loose from vibration.

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Check the pin connection it is loose or the pins may be bent. Check Connection to sub hold it in tight if no pins are bent and see if the hum stops. Hope this Helps it is what was happening to my set>GOOD LUCK>If pins are bent straighten them>

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Dell E1505 internal speakers not working

You have verified that the sound card and drivers are working, by plugging in externals. This leaves only the speakers. Check and clean the speaker connections, they will sometimes work loose or get a little dirt/corossion build up. If the connections are good, then you will need to replace the speakers.

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Internal speaker problem

connection frayed
um haard 2 fix if u want i can give u a step by step how 2 fix

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